Los Angeles Rams vs. Cincinnati Bengals Preseason Betting Odds & Analysis

Los Angeles Rams vs. Cincinnati Bengals Preseason Betting Odds & Analysis

Sam Frohman
3 months ago
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The Los Angeles Ram will take on the Cincinnati Bengals for a preseason rematch of last year’s Super Bowl in which Matthew Stafford led the Rams to victory. This final preseason game for both teams before Week 1 will take place on Saturday at 6 p.m. in Cincinnati.

Both teams will look to prepare themselves because after this game, they will have two weeks to work out all the kinks. The Bengals will stay in Cincinnati for Week 1 where they will face divisional rival Pittsburgh Steelers and the Rams will face the Buffalo Bills at home in Los Angeles for the first Thursday Night Football game of the season.

The Rams won their first preseason game against the Los Angeles Chargers 29-22 but fell to the Texans last weekend by a score of 24-20. The Bengals, on the other hand, have lost both of their first two preseason games against the Cardinals and the Giants.

Let’s look ahead at this matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals.

Preseason Week 3 Rams vs. Bengals Odds

The Bengals are the 2.5 point favorite at home in this game with odds of -110 for the Bengals at -2.5 and the Rams at +2.5. The total number of points is set at 37.5 with both the over and under odds at -110. For the moneyline, the Bengals have odds of -130 and the Rams have odds of +110.

The Rams are 7-10 in their preseason games under Sean McVay, and the Bengals are 2-7 in their respective preseason games under Zac Taylor. The under has hit in their last eight preseason games out of ten for the Rams and five out of the seven last Bengals’ preseason games.

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Who is Playing?

The great thing about this game is that you should expect to see the starters get some time in this game since it will be the last opportunity for these teams to see the field in a competitive nature before Week 1. Both teams have already practiced together which has showcased the Ja’Marr Chase and Jalen Ramsey matchup already.

This game will showcase both of these high scoring offenses, but it will really depend on how long both coaches are comfortable allowing the first string to play to see how this one will play out. At the very least, the first quarter or two will be a battle of the first strings and should be fun to watch as a rematch of last years’ Super Bowl.

Rams vs. Bengals Preseason Pick

With the betting trends for both teams, I would take the under in this one as my first priority if you are looking to take a pick in this game. Another intriguing pick is to take the Rams ML because I expect Zac Taylor to play this game more conservatively and like the Rams more for their depth over the Bengals.

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